2013 DHS S&T and DoD ASD (R&E) Cyber Security SBIR Workshop
July 23 – 24, 2013
The 2013 DHS S&T / DoD ASD (R&E) Cyber Security SBIR Workshop will be held July 23 – 24, 2013 in the Washington D.C. metro area. This year’s workshop will highlight Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science & Technology Directorate(S&T) Cyber Security Division (CSD) and Department of Defense (DoD) Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (ASD [R&E]) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) awardees research, in the completed Phase II or Phase III process; by allowing the opportunity to collaborate and present their research and technologies to researchers and cyber security leadership from the Government, Private Sector and Academia.
The goals of the workshop are to:
- Showcase SBIR awardees to demonstrate cutting edge cybersecurity research technologies both near and medium term solutions.
- Improve security in both the Federal and the larger Internet community by developing new and enhanced technologies for the detection, prevention and response to cyber attacks on the nation’s critical information infrastructure.
- To facilitate the transfer of these technologies into operational environments.
The event is focused on maximizing technology transition opportunity for SBIR funded research and will consist of Small Business non-proprietary technical briefs, a poster / technology demonstration for SBIRs to display their technologies and private SBIR and System Integrator one-on-one session to discuss partnering, technical transition and business opportunities.
The full agenda is available here.
2013 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Workshop
Advancements in mobile forensics and cyber security
Contextualized Situational Awareness in Access Control
Justin Yackoski/Jason Li
Towards Agile and Informed Security Solutions
SBIRs - Perspective from a Big Company
Frontiers in Cyber Security: Beyond the OS
Countermeasures to Covert Access Methods to Reduce Attack Susceptibility and Ensure Trust
Todd Carpenter/Charles Payne
Mixed Criticality Real-time Hypervisor" and "A Virtualized Platform for Cross Domain Information Sharing
Dr. Steven King
ASD[R&E] Cyber Program
High-Accuracy, Zero-Hour Anti-Phishing Filtering Techniques
Asynchronous Signal Sensing and Automated Modulation Classification
Multiplatform Static Analysis and Supply-chain Risk Management
Code DX: Visual Analytics for Triage of Source Code Vulnerabilities
Mission Assurance Through Resilient Architecture; System Self-Protection and Autonomic Response for Hardware Based Software Protection
Enabling Technologies for Proactive Cyber Security
Dr. Terry Patten
Linguistic Analysis of Malware
Critical Resource and Vulnerability Analysis of Cyber-Physical Systems
Dr. Paul Pazandak
Integrity and Authentication of Real-Time Data in Navy Combat Ships
Moving Target Defense Through Public Interface Obfuscation and Live Service Migration